This month we have five copies of David Morgan’s, Snobbery to give away.

Snobbery is a more serious matter than some may think: the arguments around Brexit and Trump show that accusations of snobbery have become part of political discourse and public sentiment, building social divisions and reflecting deeper issues of class inequality.

Social class is not simply about wealth, health and life-chances but also about everyday social experience, such as being included or excluded. As social inequality grows, snobbery is becoming ever more pertinent.

This book takes a fresh and engaging look at this key issue, drawing on literature, popular culture and autobiography as well as sociology and history. David Morgan explores the complex history and different varieties of snobbery as well as its all-pervasive character to reveal why, despite claims about the openness of our society, it is still a matter of public concern.

If you are interested in receiving one of these free copies, please email the BSA Membership Team with your name and postal address and we will pick five winners at random in March. Please note that you must be a BSA member to enter this book draw. If you aren’t a member and would like to find out how to become one and see what other benefits are available to you, please visit the Membership section of our website.

Thank you to everyone that entered our last book giveaway for The Right Amount of Panic: How Women Trade Freedom for Safety by F. Vera-Gray. We had a great amount of interest in the book and are pleased to announce that the five winners were Rachel Hale, Emily Heavey, Sarah Hoare, Ruth Lewis and Emmaleena Kakela and they have all been notified. Congratulations to you all.